Tag Archives | 2015

TalentMine Next SAS Savvy Webinar – July 23rd, 2015

Mark your calendars for the next TalentMine sponsored SAS Savvy training on “Don’t Bug Me, I am programming in SAS.”  The 30-45 minute webinar begins on Thursday, July 23rd at 2:00pm (EST). How often do you comes across SAS errors, warnings and notes?  Most SAS programmers have seen at least one of these bugs while writing their program or running other SAS programs.  With some basic understanding of how SAS works, you can prevent bugs from entering your program instead of calling the pest control to overall your code.  Time spent on prevention is always well spent.
These webinars are normally only open to SAS Savvy members, but TalentMine guests can attend for free.  Please contact us at (919) 838-1700 for more details.

SAS Savvy Webinar – March 26

Mark your calendars for the next TalentMine sponsored SAS Savvy training on “Finally a Proc Tabulate I can use to QC any Table.”  The 30-45 minute webinar begins on Thursday, March 26th at 2:00pm (EST). Come see how you can validate most any production table by controlling the order of continuous and categorical variables and treatment group columns.  In addition you will have insights into the useful options to customize your table.  Finally, you can download a Proc Tabulate summary sheet for easy reference.
These webinars are normally only open to SAS Savvy members, but TalentMine guests can attend for free.  Please contact us at (919) 838-1700 for more details.

ACRP Global Conference & Exhibition

Join TalentMine at the ACRP 2015 Global Conference & Exhibition, April 24th through 28th in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Stop by our booth and meet TalentMine team members and enter our drawing to win an iPad Mini.
The ACRP Global Conference & Exhibition is the largest annual clinical research conference solely focused on the conduct of clinical trials. The conference provides clinical research professionals with more than 100 educational sessions addressing more than a dozen topics critical to the clinical research process, and provides many opportunities for networking with other clinical research professionals.